Issue:  Vol. 44 / No. 34 / 21 August 2014

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Probe of SF man's death continues

Police are continuing their investigation into the death of a gay San Francisco man who was found injured in the Duboce Triangle neighborhood last week. (read more)

Stewart joins CA appellate bench

A host of California appellate justices...joined LGBT community leaders and San Francisco's legal establishment to witness the swearing-in of the Golden State's first lesbian appeals court justice. (read more)

Sarria's activism recalled a year after death

Long before queer activists marched and chanted down the streets of San Francisco, Jose Sarria lived his life as an out, proud gay man. (read more)

CA Senate panel tables
condoms in porn bill

Gay porn producers and models alike are relieved that they will continue to chart their own sexual destinies without government interference... (read more)

Verdict soon in park death trial

Jurors were expected to announce their verdict this week in the trial of a man charged with intentionally choking to death another man during a sexual encounter in San Francisco's Buena Vista Park in 2011. (read more)

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Television - From heartthrob to Hamlet to out

In 1961, Dr. Kildare became the first of TV's hit doctor shows, and its handsome 27-year-old star Richard Chamberlain became one of TV's first great heartthrobs. (read more)

Fine Arts - Promiscuous
pictures at Pier 24

Infiltrating and cutting across mediums, "found" imagery is all the rage in the fine art world. (read more)

Out There - Classy people, classy art

When you hear the phrase "the ladies who lunch," do your thoughts automatically turn to Out There? No? Well, get a load of these boldface names... (read more)

Theatre - Something wicked this way comes

Nick Adams is seeing the U.S.A. in a Wicked way. (read more)

Music - Twice touched by Venus

The near-simultaneous release of a complete recording on CD of One Touch of Venus, along with the arrival on DVD of an abridged 1955 television broadcast of the show... (read more)

Film - To be gay,
gifted & Takei

In composing my rave review for To Be Takei,...I found myself ruminating about my own queer childhood. (read more)

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